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Cannes and its surroundings

Cannes and its surroundings

The world-renowned city of Cannes, a jewel of the Côte d'Azur, never disappoints its visitors. It is on a par with its reputation: chic, dazzling, magnificent like its festivals and great events (such as the Film Festival). But it can also be surprising in the simple authenticity of its neighbourhoods (Le Suquet) and bustling markets, ever-effervescent yachting wharves. The sandy beaches and establishments along La Croisette contemplate one of the most splendid natural heritage sites of the French Riviera: the Isles of Lérins.

Mandelieu-La Napoule and Théoule-sur-Mer in the Bay of Cannes are ideal, resourceful resorts with many activities. The charm and elegance of Mougins and Old Cannet, where Bonnard settled, are most engaging.
Villages & resorts Cannes and its surroundings
To discover

• The Lérins islands, a unique haven of peace and history, combining the mysteries of the iron mask with the tranquillity of the Cistercian monks. 

The illustrious Croisette, its prestigious brands, its luxury palaces and its sandy beaches.


Le Suquet, the old city of Cannes, with an unbeatable view, its Provencal markets, the old port.


• The world famous Film Festival in May, the firework displays, the Plages Electroniques in Summer…


• The remarkable and brand new Musée Bonnard located in the historic centre of Le Cannet, in the former Hôtel Saint-Vianney near the Hôtel de Ville du Cannet. 


• The village of Mougins, on its hill, a village of artists (Picasso, Picabia) and gastronomy.


• The Château de Mouans-Sartoux, dedicated to concrete art. The town hosts the world renowned book festival in October.


• The forest park of San Peyre, and its dazzling view over the sea, the islands, the Massif de l'Estérel and Le Tanneron, and finally the summits of the Mercantour.


• The red rocks of Théoule and the coastal route overlooking the small creaks of the Massif de l'Estérel.


• The golf courses of Mandelieu and elsewhere, where you can practice your swing between mimosas and umbrella pines.


• The Château de La Napoule, built by the sea, has become the original Fondation Henri Clews with its “Remarkable Garden”.


• The Route du Mimosa, a tourist activity recommended from January to March, is a chance to enjoy the delights of the Côte in the winter.


from 22 to september 29, 2019
The city of Cannes will once again unfold its red carpet to welcome the world-famous Régates

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